Published: 6 January 2016
Idox plc ("the Company"), a leading supplier of software and services to the public sector and industry, is pleased to announce the appointment of Barbara Moorhouse as a Non-Executive Director of the Company, with immediate effect.
Barbara has more than 25 years of senior UK and international management experience in operating and financial roles, across the private and public sectors. Her recent executive roles include Chief Operating Officer of Westminster City Council and Director General at the Ministry of Justice and subsequently the UK Department of Transport. Prior to 2005, she held a variety of senior strategic and commercial roles at listed companies in Europe and the UK, including acting as Chief Finance Officer of technology companies Kewill Systems plc and Scala International NV.
Barbara is currently a Non-Executive Director at Agility Trains and at the Lending Standards Board. She is Trustee and Chair of Audit Committee at Guy's and St Thomas' Charity. She also sits on the Board of the West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
Her appointment continues the reshaping of the Idox Board following the appointment of Laurence Vaughan as Chairman and promotion of Andrew Riley to Chief Operating Officer. Furthermore, as notified on 16 December 2015, Professor Dame Wendy Hall has now left the Board.
Laurence Vaughan, Chairman of Idox, said:
"We are delighted to welcome Barbara to the Idox Board. Her blend of international commercial skills and experience of local and central government will be invaluable as we continue to pursue our growth strategy."
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Idox plc is a supplier of specialist document management collaboration solutions and services to the public sector and increasingly to highly regulated asset intensive industries around the world in the wider corporate sector.
Its Public Sector Software Division is the leading applications provider to UK local government for core functions relating to land, people and property, such as its market leading planning systems and election management software. Over 90% of UK local authorities are now customers. The Division provides public sector organisations with tools to manage information and knowledge, documents, content, business processes and workflow as well as connecting directly with the citizen via the web, and providing elections management solutions. It also supplies in the UK and internationally, decision support content such as grants and planning policy information and corporates compliance services.
The Engineering Information Management Division delivers engineering document control, project collaboration and facility management applications to many leading companies in industries such as oil & gas, architecture and construction, mining, utilities, pharmaceuticals and transportation in North America and around the world.
The Group employs over 660 staff located in the UK, the USA, Canada, Europe, India and Australia.
Updated: 22 March 2018